Grateful Dead Live at Ace's Studio on 1975-03-26
01. tuning, noodling, ect
02. some bits of Lazy Lightning and some tuning and banter
03. more bits of Lazy lightning and Slipknot, banter, ect
04. some Blues For Allah bits
05. jamming with Slipknot-type theme I was unable to independently confirm the given date for these
This was part of a 6 disc set originally posted on abgd.
Tracks 01 and 02 were re-shn'ed to make them seekable like the
rest of the set. Renamed to meet Etree guidelines.
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Ace's StudioLocation Mill Valley, CaliforniaSource SoundboardLineage sbd> ?> PCM> SEK'D Prodif96Pro> wav> SHNTaped by Transferred by
rehearsals; sbd> ?> PCM> SEK'D Prodif96Pro> wav> SHN; 1-disc portion of 6 discs seeded to abgd, with seeking reshn on t1,2 by terrapinstation
December 8, 2010
Keith shows his value
Nice little jam (good equiptment does matter!) about 10 minutes into track 1. Though it almost regresses into Goin Down the Road several times, Keith, with help from Phil brings it into a funky simmer with a taste all its own...
Turn it up and enjoy studio quality sound...
light into ashes
October 31, 2009
A lot of this session seems to be just killing time in the studio, with Garcia noodling a bit while everybody waits around. Note that the music doesn't start until seven minutes into track 1 - but this happens to be a VERY unusual surf-style rock jam which doesn't sound like anything else the Dead did, so it's worth checking out! After that they try out an embryonic Lazy Lightning, but beware - almost all of track 2 is dead space. Then they go through the Blues for Allah intro in track 4; and track 5 finishes with a long Slipknot jam. (This may be from a different date; it's a monitor mix, so the recording is distant & we hear the band talking over the music.)
November 7, 2007
Diamond in the rough
Sure, I could do without the ten minutes of mostly inaudible banter at the beginning of track one, but once they get into that first jam...man they're smokin'!
February 8, 2006
but the quality is like a phone machine and it never really gets going.